Hello Hello Hello, PNW Key Clubbers!

I hope you are staying cool during this record breaking heatwave! As the weather gets a little more bearable, consider taking to the outdoors for a summer of socially distanced service. Summer is a great time to take on projects such as car washes, outdoor cleanups, community gardening, and more. If you’re looking for an indoor project to keep you cool amidst the heat, consider reaching out to your local food bank to contribute to the District Project through volunteering at local parties or hosting food drives. The possibilities are endless!

Your service and dedication does not go unnoticed. Please reach out to me at governor@pnwkeyclub.org with any questions, concerns, or ideas you may have. Stay awesome, PNW!

The District Convention Committee is excited to announce the 72nd Annual District Convention Theme: Service in Secret. We hope you’re excited to join us in all your glamorous decor and elegant disguises for a service filled masquerade convention of the year.

We’re giving you the chance to get involved through the DCON 2022 Logo Design Contest. Showcase your creativity and get a chance to have your designs featured on the T-Shirt, Pin, Bag, and Lanyard distributed at the convention. For more information, refer to the contest rules below, or contact Convention Chair Isabel Yu at convention@pnwkeyclub.org.

DCON 2022 Logo Design Contest Rules

Registration for the Summer Leadership Conference closes TONIGHT, June 30, at 8:59PM PST. Register through the link below.

The Key Club International Summer Leadership Conference will be held virtually from July 8-10 with a registration fee of $25. The Summer Leadership Conference is a great opportunity to learn more about service leadership and connect with Key Clubbers from around the world–all from your own home. This conference will feature educational workshops, keynote speakers, opportunities for fellowship, and chances to win prizes. Visit the link below for more information.

REGISTER HERE: Summer Leadership Conference

Help End Hunger is more than just a project. It’s a movement. Created with the intent of providing local relief to communities disproportionately affected by COVID-19, this year’s district project looks specifically to target hunger and food insecurity throughout the Pacific Northwest. The project will provide unique and meaningful opportunities to get involved through service. Throughout the service year, Key Clubbers are encouraged to participate in service projects at their local food banks, through food drives and monetary donations.Becoming educated about local hunger issues will also be part of this year’s project.

To read more about Help End Hunger, please refer to the one-pager created by the District Project Committee below. More resources will be released in the near future.

For questions about the District Project, please contact District Governor Alice Lee at governor@pnwkeyclub.org.

PNW Key Club can now be supported through Amazon Smile! Activate AmazonSmile on the Amazon mobile app or shop through smile.amazon.com with Pacific Northwest Key Club as your selected charity to have a portion of your eligible purchases donated to Key Club at no extra cost to you.

Follow the instructions below to activate AmazonSmile on the mobile app.

Lieutenant Governors are vital to the health of each Key Club division, and serve as the critical connection between the club and district levels. Clubs in divisions that have no Lieutenant Governors serving them lose a consistent source of relevant updates, resources, and leadership.

The following divisions have Lieutenant Governor vacancies.

  • Division 42V
  • Division 46
  • Division 50
  • Division 72
  • Division 74
  • Division 76
  • Division 78
  • Division 80

If you or anyone you know is interested and believes they are qualified to serve in the position of Lieutenant Governor, please contact myself at governor@pnwkeyclub.org or District Administrator Brian Egger at administrator@pnwkeyclub.org for more information on seeking appointment.

Contact: District Governor Alice Lee
Contact: District Administrator Brian Egger